[tlhIngan Hol] Hoch and HochHom variations

mayqel qunenoS mihkoun at gmail.com
Thu Aug 3 07:22:09 PDT 2017

```maj.

I remember in the past, us having discussed the first group of
Hoch/HochHom, i.e.:

Hoch chab = each pie
Hoch chabmey = all pies
HochHom chabmey = almost all the pies

chab Hoch = all the pie
chab HochHom = almost all (of the) pie

And having concluded, that even those which aren't canon make sense,
and thus are valid.

I wanted to ask about the three variations, of which I wrote in my
original post (chabmey Hoch, HochHom chab, and chabmey HochHom), in
case there was something I was missing.

qatlho' SuStel !

qunnoq

On Thu, Aug 3, 2017 at 4:38 PM, SuStel <sustel at trimboli.name> wrote:
> On 8/3/2017 5:53 AM, mayqel qunenoS wrote:
>
> Hoch chab = each pie
> Hoch chabmey = all pies
> HochHom chabmey = almost all the pies
>
>
> HochHom thing(s) = almost all of the things is not found in canon, but I
> think no one would find it exceptional.
>
>
> chab Hoch = all the pie
> chab HochHom = almost all (of the) pie
>
>
> thing HochHom = almost all of the thing is found in canon; thing Hoch = all
> of the thing is not. The latter is an extrapolation based on the former.
>
>
> Would the following make sense ? Would they actually mean anything,
> and if yes then what ?
>
> chabmey Hoch
> HochHom chab
> chabmey HochHom
>
> don't know.
>
> If I had to guess, I'd guess that chabmey Hoch pies' allness refers to the
> totality of the group of pies (rather than to the pies themselves), HochHom
> chab means exactly the same thing as HochHom chabmey, and chabmey HochHom
> pies' almost-allness refers to the not-quite-totality of the group of pies.
>
> --
> SuStel
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>
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